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ECS A970M-A Deluxe Motherboard Review

formerstaff    -   March 7, 2013
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ECS A970-A Testing:

Moving data to and from an external device is something we all do as a means of backing up sensitive data whether it is family pictures, movies, music, or projects. The speed with which this transfer occurs is measurable and can improve with different board partner specific tools. I will be using ATTO version 2.47 to measure an external drives' read/write performance through the USB 3.0 interface. The default test algorithm is used for this test. Motherboards that support a boost to the USB spec such as USB 3.0 Boost on the ASUS offering and XFast USB on the Asrock will be used as they show the maximum potential speeds.

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These is not much of a difference between the 970 and the 990 chipset here either performance wise, which demonstrates once more that the difference is primarily the feature set and a bit more connectivity.




  1. ECS A970M-A Introduction & Closer Look
  2. ECS A970M-A Closer Look: ECS A970M-A Deluxe
  3. ECS A970M-A Closer Look: Programs and Utilities
  4. ECS A970M-A Closer Look: The BIOS
  5. ECS A970M-A Golden Specifications & Features
  6. ECS A970M-A Testing: Setup and Overclocking
  7. ECS A970M-A Testing: PC Mark 7
  8. ECS A970M-A Testing: HD Tune, AIDA 64
  9. ECS A970M-A Testing: SiSoft Sandra, x.264, Handbrake
  10. ECS A970M-A Testing: ATTO
  11. ECS A970M-A Testing: Gaming
  12. ECS A970M-A Conclusion
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